Nov 16, 2012 6:00pm PST
, napsters. two starts. here we go. (drums and chanting). >> how about a big round of applause for all our dancers. here we go. indian way. [applause] napsters, keep it going. make them dance. dancer style. there you go. get it. the dancers were lead in by larry harrison and will be lead out. ( chanting). >> all right. one more time. how about a big round of applause for all our dancers, for all our singers? [applause] >> all right. it's a great honor to bring to the stage at this time liz hunt on behalf of the american indian health center santa clara valley. [applause] >> thank you earl and thank you everybody. it's an honor to be here. i am liz hunt and we have been honored to serve the american indian community in the south bay for over 35 years. it is my pleasure to introduce our first honoree. izatzi hernandez. [applause] she is the program prevention substance abuse coordinator at the health center. she is a mother of two and she is pursuing a bachelor's degree in psychology. she serves as a board member for the american indian alliance of santa clara county and actively
Nov 16, 2012 6:30pm PST
. smoky bay, two starts and a song -- one of your favorites and napsters two starts as well. dancers, do you want to come in? all right. here we go. make them dance. (drums). >> good singing. good dancing. here we go. rocking san francisco city hall. good dancing. all right. (drums). napsters take it away. two starts. all right. we would like to get the honorees. if the honorees could come up here by the first step. napsters if you could take care of this honoring song. here we go. (drums and chanting). all right. how about a big round of applause for all our honorees. thank you dancers. thank you singers. that concludes our program.
Nov 4, 2012 6:30pm EST
goes back when i was younger, i was growing up through my teens, i had in napster bowel disease, kept on top of for a lot of years, inflammatory bowel disease, kept on top of it for years, and not it cured its self. then 9 years ago, diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer, had surgery. and that's kind of how i came out with the semicolon club. so because it had gotten to the point where it entered into lymph nodes, i had a recurrence, it will be almost six years ago. stage 4, and the statistics for stage 4 really is that two and a half out of ten people survive, so i'm fortunate to be here. >> this is very preventable. tell me what people can do. are there symptoms? >> there's a couple things i talk to people b first and for most, know yourself and be your own advocate. if you see something going on that's different in your habits, you're sitting around the kitchen table, you're 23409 going to talk about it, do something. see a doctor, get yourself checked, see if that's something going on. communicate with your family. find out your family history. in the old, old days, lot of times fa
Nov 29, 2012 10:00pm PST
like to get the honorees. if the honorees could come up here by the first step. napsters if you could take care of this honoring song. here we go. (drums and chanting). all right. how about a big round of applause for all our honorees. thank you dancers. thank you singers. that concludes our program. >> thank you all for coming, i would like to really briefly introduce bonnie angle with the breast cancer fund, she is going to do a presentation for you on prevention, ways to preventolin ks of chemicals in breast cancer and i'll let her talk about the rest, bonnie, thank you for coming. >> alright. thank you all so much for being here today. i'm very excited to be able to give this presentation to you, unfortunately, i was expecting to have a co-presenter who had a minor accident and visited the emergency room this morning instead of visiting us, so we have plenty of folks from the breast cancer fund and other groups on hand to answer questions, but we are missing our policy geru unfortunately, i don't know how much this audience is familiar with it but we've also been meeting